Nestled just south of the northern border between Tennessee and Kentucky in the small town of Pall Mall, sits the historic home and birthplace of Sergeant Alvin C. York. The park was initially a farm purchased by Tennessee businessmen in support of Sergeant York’s efforts in World War I. Present day, the park operates under the state of Tennessee and tours are provided around the property. For more information and to book a tour, click here.
The state park grounds include a 0.6 mile hiking trail as well as great fishing along the Wolf River which is home to bass, catfish, and bream. Dogs are allowed on the trail but leashes are required.